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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Now get ready for an ‘Ice Age’ as experts warn of Siberian winter ahead

Prophecy Sign:  Roaring and Tossing of the Seas - Anomalous weather patterns

Well the weather and global climate continues to baffle and befuddle climate scientists, (not to mention amuse those of us watching those very same climate scientists attempt to explain why their climate models are so out to lunch in their apocalyptic predictions. Perhaps because it's the SUN!! causing the climate to oscillate between changes over the course of several decades?? ).

God does use the weather for purposes of judgement, (look at all the droughts in the old Testament), and we believe bible prophecy warns of such again as we read of the roaring and tossing of the seas, which we believe is a way of saying anomalous weather patterns which will cause much confusion and consternation amongst the people and nations of the world in the last days.  (Can you say 'climate change debate'?)

"There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea. Luke 21:25 NIV

Now get ready for an ‘Ice Age’ as experts warn of Siberian winter ahead
Professor Mike Lockwood, of Reading University, said erratic and extreme weather patterns could be the norm in 20 years. He said the risk of harsh winters and wet miserable summers has gone up to 25 to 30 per cent compared with 10 per cent a few years ago. Weakening sunspot activity is to blame for a “major change” in the UK’s weather he told BBC TV. He said: “The sun is ‘quietening’ really rapidly. We think it is actually quietening more rapidly than at any time in the last 10,000 years. “So this is a major change. We think lower solar activity does seem to tie up with more cold winters in central Europe and the UK.” Climatologist Dr Dennis Wheeler from Sunderland University, said: “When we have had periods where the sun has been quieter than usual we tend to get these much harsher winters.”

Hurricanes on holiday: What happened to the storms?
What happened to the hurricane season? The predictions back in the spring were quite ominous, with all of them calling for an above-average number of hurricanes: The forecasting team from Colorado State University predicted nine hurricanes would develop, while the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said there would be seven to 11 hurricanes. Both the Weather Channel and AccuWeather also predicted unusually active seasons. Yet, as of late October, with only a few more weeks left in a season that ends Nov. 30, just two hurricanes have formed in the Atlantic Ocean, the fewest since 1982, according to data from the National Hurricane Center. And for the first time since 1994, there have been no "major" hurricanes (Category 3 or above) anywhere in the Atlantic Ocean.

Hurricane-force winds batter northern Europe
A major Atlantic storm packing hurricane-force winds pummeled England, France, Belgium and the Netherlands early Monday, knocking out power to 220,000 homes in England and blocking roads and railways with fallen trees. At least nine people were killed. Wind gusts as strong as 99 mph battered the south coast of England, and authorities warned of travel disruptions across the region. At least two storm-releated deaths were confirmed in England, and a third person was reported missing.

Northern Europe cleaning up after monster storm hits

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